At least 29 migrants from sub-Saharan Africa He died off the coast of Tunisia Since three shipwrecks have occurred, the coast guard of the North African nation announced on Sunday, March 26, 2023.
They found a guard on the coast 29 corpses and more rescued “11 illegal migrations of various African countries” after their ships were sunk,” according to a statement that reported three separate events.
In one of them, a Tunisian fishing boat recovered 19 bodies after it sank some 58 kilometers off the coast.
The coast guard found eight bodies off the city of Mahdiya and 11 migrants from an overturned boat headed for Italy.
And another fishing boat found two other bodies off the coast of Sfax.
In the last few weeks; Dozens of migrants died in the wreckage and others were reported missing after Tunisian President Kais Saied’s violent speech against clandestine migration.
After this speech on February 21, a large number of thousands of people from sub-Saharan Africa were officially registered in Tunisia, the majority in an unequal situation; they lost their job and their shelter from one day to the next.
Many African migrants arrive in Tunisia to later try to reach European shores, since some points on the Tunisian coast are less than 150 kilometers from the Italian island of Lampedusa.
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In a train car in Texas, United States, they found two dead migrants
At least two migrants died and ten others required medical attention after their trip was hidden in a truck in Texas, United States, local media reported.
Authorities in Uvalde, Texas, responded to an emergency call from a person who was traveling on a train, as reported by KENS.
Police closed a stretch of Highway 90 about 20 miles (32 kilometers) east of the city of Uvalde, in the Knippa area, where the train stopped.
It is not clear if the wagon or vessel in which the migrants were traveling was sealed from the outside.